This month's feature article is Employers beware: broad variety of behaviour can constitute bullying. Also this month we bring you articles on property, insurance, intellectual property and dispute resolution.

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Off-the-plan apartment sale contracts - should government regulate a developer's right to terminate?
Law against underquoting property sale prices strengthened in NSW
Consequences of errors in transfers during sale of property


Aggregation clauses in insurance policies
ASIC's change of stance on recovering the costs of its investigations: implications for investigation subjects and their insurers
Avoiding a life insurance policy and the application of section 29(2) of the Insurance Contracts Act

Intellectual property

Drones and the law - valuable data collection vs invasion of privacy

Commercial litigation and dispute resolution

Race against the clock: alternative dispute resolution and limitation periods in construction disputes

Employment and safety

Employers beware: broad variety of behaviour can constitute bullying

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